Barry Flynn (Carrickcruppen)
Helped this youthful Carrickcruppen side reach their full potential. Cruppen will now make the step up to senior football in 2022.
The head up to the top grade having achieved the double of championship and division 2B league success.
Flynn oversaw the 2019 under 21 championship winners and several of those stars now have intermediate championship medals.
Kieran Hatzer (Culloville)
Hatzer starred when Culloville won the Intermediate championship ten years ago and he got his side to the final.
While the league season didn’t go to plan, the Blues championship challenge was one of the stories of the 2021.
Hatzer helped Culloville gain massive and unexpected wins over Shane O’Neill’s, St Paul’s and Sarsfields to reach the showpiece.
Barry Hughes (Sarsfields)
Sarsfields ultimately achieved their main goal for the season in gaining promotion to the senior grade for 2022.
They did so by winning the league, but Hughes will be disappointed with how his season finished.
The Cookstown native got the High Moss men to the semi-final of the championship with impressive wins over Clonmore and Whitecross.
Padraig McGuckin (Tullysaran)
In the end, Tullysaran failed in their main objective to get to the Intermediate final as Carrickcruppen proved too strong in their last four meeting.
Still, Tullysaran played some good football to reach that stage and will now regroup in the hope of pushing on next season.
They made their way to the semi-finals of the championship by seeing off Tir na nOg and Forkhill.
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